Behati Prinsloo and Karlie Kloss kick off the sexy new Victoria’s Secret commercial for the Super Bowl


Victoria’s Secret has revealed their Super Bowl XLIX advertisement, and it’s reliably raunchy.

When you’re wearing a pair of angel’s wings, you can pretty much pull off anything raunchy – especially when you’ve got a fresh face like Karlie’s.

The Victoria’s Secret model showcased the lingerie brand’s incredible white embroidered bra from their ‘Very Sexy’ collection, and it’s even got our pulses racing! So make a change from the usual seductive scarlet lingerie this February 14th and opt for this more subtle bra from the Victoria’s Secret website for £34.49.

Make sure to check the other options in the style edit below which include Agent Provocateur’s embroidered tulle underwire bra at Net-A-Porter. It’s most certainly on our wish list.


Wonderbra campaign

Miranda Kerr puts her stunning curves on display as she strips down to lingerie for latest Wonderbra campaign

She served as the first ever Australian Victoria’s Secret Angel for six years before hanging up her wings in 2013.

But Miranda Kerr, 31, continues to put her stunning curves on display, thanks to her ongoing contract with lingerie giant Wonderbra.24F8B2ED00000578-0-image-a-5_1422006195550[1]

In newly-unveiled shots for her latest campaign, the brunette beauty is seen displaying her defined abs and lean legs in a tantalising bra-and-panties set, teamed with patent black heels.

In another shot, Miranda, who split with husband Orlanda Bloom in 2013, dons an open-fronted cream jumpsuit, allowing her to show off her taut curves.

The model, mother to four-year-old son Flynn, recently revealed the diet secrets behind her flawless physique during an interview with FEMAIL.

As one of our all-time favourite former Victoria’s Secret Angels, we can’t think of anyone better (or more qualified!) to model Wonderbra’s new range than Miranda Kerr. We want one of everything!

Just because winter is all about being cosy and layering up, that doesn’t mean your bikini body should go to waste. It might only be you who knows it, but some special smalls are bound to give you a boost both in terms of your bust and your confidence. Plus, a padded bra will make sure you’re prepared for anything!

Now that Christmas is over, the next notable date in our diaries is Valentine’s Day. And whether or not you’ll be spending it with someone, it’s the best time of the year to update your top drawer. We love the subtly sexy sheer overlay of this little black bra. It isn’t yet available to buy, but click (right) to get a very similar style now at Asos.

Or upgrade your underwear with the lingerie we’ve found for you elsewhere. This Gossard bra is a good option, but we can’t resist a bit of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Marks & Spencer range.

Aspinal of London teams up with Olivia Palermo

English luxury lifestyle brand Aspinal of London has teamed up with reality TV star and style icon Olivia Palermo on a limited edition Marylebone tote, launching in March. Each tote will be numbered and come with Aspinal of London’s tech capabilities, allowing customers to charge their phone and iPad when on-the-go. The collaborative line will have a limited production of 30 bags in total, with 100% of the sales going to ADCAM, a charity that works to develop cooperation projects and social responsibility initiatives. The collaboration sees all proceeds from sales go to the ADCAM charity in aid of a new school in Africa. The limited edition Olivia Palermo Marylebone Tote will retail at £995. 14_486b10e1-d196-4b98-af0e-3dee53d596dc[1]

Anthony Vaccarello named new Creative Director of Versus Versace



Anthony Vaccarello has been announced as the new Creative Director of Versus Versace. The appointment follows the designer’s first capsule collection Versus which debuted last September. Responsible for both men and women’s Versus collections under the supervision of Artistic Director Donatella Versace, Anthony’s first full collection as Creative Director will be for autumn/winter 2015.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day!

If your post-Christmas gym regime isn’t going to plan, look away now.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, one of the world’s most genetically blessed supermodels, has unveiled her Valentine’s Day lingerie range for M&S and models it all herself, of course.

The 27-year-old shows no signs of festive overindulgence as she showcases her toned physique in the romantic campaign images.

Be a glamazon between the sheets in a Rosie for Autograph bra £27.50

She’s got one of the best bodies in the biz, so it doesn’t take a lot of effort on Rosie’s part to look incredible in a set of lingerie.

But without blowing our own trumpets, we reckon we’d look pretty darn irresistible in Rosie’s underwear collection for Autograph – and judging by its sky high sales, you agree with us too.

Here, the catwalk strutter and designer is seen flaunting her incredible curves in her underwired non-padded silk balcony bra with a lace trim and middle cut out, and we’re loving the understated design that will exude sultry glamour between the sheets.

Less is more when it comes to underwear, and nothing can beat a black bra with simple detailing such as this £27.50 one – set to sell out fast. So get clicking to the right to make it yours and nab Rosie’s matching undies in the carousel below.24D5685200000578-2916438-image-a-5_1421662502563[1]

Karl Lagerfeld, Frank Gehry and More Re-Imagine Louis Vuitton’s Iconic Monogram

When Georges Vuitton, the son of Louis Vuitton, created the house’s monogram in honor of his late father in 1896, an icon was born. Now, over 100 years later, six artists are putting a modern twist on the signature interwoven initials in a new project titled ‘The Icon and the Iconoclasts: A Celebration of Monogram’ for the brand’s 160th birthday.

Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson and Rei Kawakubo were given free rein to create limited edition accessories and bags using the famous monogram print, instructed by Delphine Arnault, the executive vice president of Louis Vuitton, and Nicolas Ghesquière, the creative director, to “blur the lines between fashion, art, architecture and product design.”

“In many ways it means The Monogram has come full circle: looking at its handcrafted roots once more, its direct connection to a person, its daring and genre defying audacity and, above all, its journey into the future for Louis Vuitton.”

While Louboutin’s shopping bag and shopping trolley designs melded his signature red and metal studs with the monogram, Gehry’s bag is quite a departure for the architect.

“I imagine there would be a lot of ‘establishment’ architects that would be snooty about me designing a handbag,” Gehry notes on the site. “That’s the best part!”

But the most interesting pieces come from, unsurprisingly, Lagerfeld. The prolific designer created an extravagant boxing suite, complete with punching bags (in various sizes), gloves and a trunk which, with its removable shelving, can serve as a case for the punching bags or a travel closet.

“I know more and more women — and men too — who have started to box. I thought it was something that one should do, if possible, in a very expensive way,” the designer says on the site.kl_sportbagwithgloves cs_malleopen_02

Well This Is Strange?!?

Heidi Klum is the new face of Heidi Klum Intimates, previously Elle MacPherson Intimates, as the line has been rebranded in order to reach new audiences.

While Bendon, the parent company, is moving forward with Heidi Klum as the owners of the designs, MacPherson will keep the rights to the names of her brands.

While you may think this is a totally awkward situation – and it might be just a tad so – Elle reportedly told the Telegraph at the time: “I am relocating to the US with my family and I’m excited about energising the further growth of the brands in the US market.

Klum got off to a fantastic start in promoting her new line, posing up a storm in the newest SS15 campaign pictures.

“I’ve always loved modeling lingerie and it was fun to get back in front of the camera wearing beautiful pieces.  I can’t wait for the collection to arrive in stores in January.”

Lingerie ad banned from Urban Outfitters UK site

Urban Outfitters has been forced to remove a photo of a skinny model wearing lingerie on its UK website after it was deemed “irresponsible and harmful” by advertising regulators.

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) received a complaint about the photo, which was advertising a pair of polka-dot bikini briefs, according to reports. The complainant claimed the model was “unhealthily thin”, according to the ASA’s ruling.

The ASA agreed and noted that there was a “significant gap” between the model’s thighs, and that her thighs and knees were “a similar width”.

In the December 31 ruling, the agency told Urban Outfitters that the ad must not appear again in its current form.

“We considered that the model looked underweight in the picture,” said the agency.

“We understood that Urban Outfitters’ target market was young people and considered that using a noticeably underweight model was likely to impress upon that audience that the image was representative of the people who might wear Urban Outfitters’ clothing, and as being something to aspire to. We therefore concluded that the ad was irresponsible.”

Responding to the complaint, Urban Outfitters stated it used a number of agencies to provide models for its ads, and the model in question was represented by “one of the UK’s most successful and well-respected agencies”.

“[Urban Oufitters] did not believe she was underweight and provided a copy of her agency profile, other photographs of the model and a list of clients for whom she had posed,” the ASA said in its ruling.

“They stated that her waist size was 23.5 inches, and provided documentation from outerwear brands showing they provided clothing for that waist size. They added that it was common practice to use slim models in the underwear industry, but they did not consider that the model was underweight or unhealthily thin; they considered she had a naturally tall and slim physique.”

Ann Summers profit declines in FY14

Lingerie brand Ann Summers has reported a full-year pre-tax loss of 3.6 million pounds (5.4 million dollars) against a pre-tax profit of 1.7 million pounds (2.5 million dollars) in the previous year. Company’s sales declined to 101 million pounds (152 million dollars) for the 12 months to June 28, 2014, down from 115 million pounds (174.1 million dollars), last year.